wouldn't work on the courses i play. to many hills/woods/montains to climb. also hard to cover with an umbrella if its raining so i think it would be hard to be able to throw a dry disc... and also people already call me a nerd and i only own like 50 discs, a practice basket and two bags... what would they say if i told them i have a little pull cart?
the title was what do you think of this..... i believe they just gave thier opinions and didn't attack the person individually. settle the hell down, even if you are the making them you wouldn't have the right to take that much offense to thier comments. and unless you make a very high quality, always necessary item at a low cost you will be hard pressed to sell them to disc golfers as we are a rather crafty and cheap group of people who would rather build our own no matter what it is. people make thier own crappy homemade baskets rather than spending 375 on a top quality one that will last a lifetime, what do you expect?
hey now,what is the building material wood or plastic?If wood,is it coated with a plastic covering;If plastic,heat /rain/snow of the day also comes into play with warping(Florida dger)One can carry 20-25 discs in his/her bag plus;depending on the terrain you travel ,one wrong turn looks like your discs are out;umbrella covering of discs looks minimal;price plus shipping is expensive,close to $100.00 at least;Nice workmanship,Entrepreneur is alive,but perhaps a better chance at selling to local dg er's and /or display at tourney play;your % as vender,his % of time /material? Forget spell check,use the "C" in dis"C".Good luck,my thoughts.Peace